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tcp and rtp header compression question

Hello, I have a 2048 Kbps link, I would like to know when should I use Tcp header compression & rtp header compression?

I have voice traffic on this E1 link.

Thanks

Regards

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Re: tcp and rtp header compression question

Generally, for an E1 I would think not because of the additional processing overhead imposed on the link end routers. Both header compressions are oriented toward getting the most out of smaller WAN links. The foregoing noted, you could always experiment (assuming you can accept the experiment's possible impact to your performance) and see the impact in your environment.

Other things to consider, if you haven't already, insuring the voice packets are queued first. Insuring any voice signally packets are protected. Considering, if offered, the advantages and disadvantages of different codecs.

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